Latest Journal Entries

User Feedback & Reviews – Key to Our Success

We love hearing feedback from Maven users.  Not only does it help us to refine and deliver a great product, but it also inspires us to keep doing what we’re doing. Case in point, here’s a great email we received from Jake Franklin, professional sheep hunting guide and owner of Kika Worldwide. Read More

Alaskan Caribou Adventure

Going anywhere from Lander, WY is always an endeavor. I left my home at 8am on a Friday, and after a five hour drive and three flights later, I arrived in Fairbanks, AK at 2am the next day.  Luckily my hunting partners had already made it into town and had secured a hotel room with space for me to get a few hours of decent sleep.  It was a long first day of the journey, but no complaints here – I was on my way to the Arctic Circle! Read More

Maven Event Schedule | summer/fall/winter 2016

Though we’ve been enjoying our amazing summer, we’re also looking forward to getting back on the road to showcase our hunting and birding binoculars and spotting scopes.  This is our chance to display our top-of-the-line Maven optics, and to meet all of you and to answer any questions.  With our interactive optics builder, we can help you design your own custom bino or spotting scope.  Because you won’t find us in stores or other online retailer outlets, this is the best way for you to take a Maven for a test drive.  Here’s our late summer/fall/winter schedule… Read More

A Louisiana Tradition

It’s not often we make it down to the deep south, but recently we found ourselves attending the Louisiana Sportsman’s Show in Baton Rouge.  Aside from meeting the great people of Louisiana and showcasing our line of hunting optics, we had an agenda – a culinary agenda.   Read More

The Birding Project

 

During the week of January 4, 2016, Christian Hagenlocher received news that he was no longer employed.  He had just spent the past several weeks traveling around Texas working for a small film production company when the news came – that meant no job and no place to live.  What’s a newly unemployed bird lover to do?   Read More